While courting Google Fiber and AT&T GigaPower, the city also wants to hold Internet service providers accountable for what they advertise.
Supporters say it will help the state government be more effective in hiring and firing but opponents fear weakened worker protections.
Also in our State and Local Daily Digest: NCAA affirms inclusivity for event host cities; Ala. impeachment moves forward; and Wyo. governor wants coal “moon shot.”
Burwell's trip to San Juan highlights economic challenges of mosquito control.
Before diving in head first into the world of IoT, local governments seriously consider some of the potential risks when it comes to critical matters like cybersecurity.
Legislation claiming to protect conservatives who object to LGBT relationships and identity most recently passed in Tennessee.
Some residents are greening up their lawns per homeowners' association orders.
“It's pretty exciting to be able to open the doors up . . . And to really be asking the question of startups: How can we work together?” says the city’s innovation chief.
Lake County knew that preventing prescription drugs from getting into a water supply or the wrong hands is important. And it got help from Walgreens in its prescription turn-in efforts.
Will Terry McAuliffe's move to restore voting rights to felons, which has signaled a new way forward in the commonwealth, last?
Also in our State and Local Daily Digest: Arrests in mayor-council brawl in Alabama; buy this W.Va. town from the feds; and Idaho’s good immunization rate.